Zen and the Art of Macintosh Maintenance

Monday, 28 September 2009 — 2:42am | Computing

People with Apple Macintosh computers occasionally ask me to recommend third-party software (preferably free) for the odd tasks where solutions do not come bundled with Mac OS X. As I am finally cleaning up some of the permanent pages on the site to replace the filler copy and revise outdated information, I thought to post an OS X software guide listing some of the applications, utilities, and plug-ins I like to keep installed. This is more for my convenience than anybody else’s, but other Mac users may find it of some worth.

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One rejoinder to “Zen and the Art of Macintosh Maintenance”

  1. Cyberduck is supposed to be another excellent (S)FTP client.

    Doesn’t stop the very idea of Mac ownership to leave me with dry heaves, however.

    Wednesday, 30 September 2009 at 8:49pm

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